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A new ecological route was presented in Buryatia

A new ecological route was presented in Buryatia
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In Buryatia, a new interregional tourist route “Tunkinskaya Valley. The path of health from Lake Baikal to Khubsugul ”. The project was developed within the framework of the ecological tourism development program. It covers the territory of the Irkutsk region, Buryatia and neighboring Mongolia.

As EastRussia was informed in the press service of the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic, the finalists of the All-Russian project "Open Your Russia" were engaged in the development of the concept of the tourist route. The project is being implemented with the support of the Agency for Strategic Initiatives.

As the curator of the development team Igor Syuch noted, in order to ensure the balance of preserving the unique natural system, the route is intended for small groups, as well as for individual tours.

“This is the path, after which you can find yourself again. Everyone who sets foot on this path will return home a different person. These 1000 km do incredible things to a person - they make it clear who you really are, ”he added.

The route passes through the territory of the Tunkinsky National Park, as well as in the central ecological zone of the Baikal natural territory. There are several thermal springs in the Tunkinskaya Valley - carbon dioxide in Arshan, radon in Nilova Pustyn, methane in Vyshka, and hundreds of mineral springs. The tour program includes spa treatments, visits to Buddhist datsans, meditation practices, healthy eating and tasting of national cuisine, excursions, hiking and horseback riding, dog sledding.

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